Full-Time Volunteer Programme Manager
Passionate about looking after the coastlines and waterways we all love? How about leading a team of motivated people from cultures all around the world to do the same? Your dream job awaits!
Our multi-award winning charity is looking for a new team member to deliver our important work. Based out of our Auckland office, we are searching for a new member to effectively lead our International Volunteer Programme. Get in quick, the deadline for applications is Tuesday 29th May 2019.
With our vision for “Inspired People, Healthy Waters and Beautiful Beaches”, we need a passionate person who loves our oceans, rivers and lakes, and cares about the communities around them.
The Volunteer Programme Manager will be in charge of the effective planning, implementation and development of our international volunteers. This will involve coordinating communications with all incoming applications, liaising with placement partners, accommodation and food suppliers to ensure the volunteer program runs smoothly. It will also involve management of orientation sessions, placement inductions, regular volunteer catch-up sessions and a staff member for fortnightly volunteer airport pick-ups.
The role will also require strong knowledge of Sustainable Coastlines’ two key community outreach programmes, Love Your Coast and Love Your Water, and will involve delivering both educational presentations and events. More details are outlined in the job description here.
You will need to show initiative, and have an enthusiastic interpersonal style that promotes a strong and exciting team atmosphere. We need a quick learner with a solid work ethic, and a ‘can-do’ attitude; someone who is not afraid to get their hands dirty.
If you love our oceans and waterways, and want to work in an exciting, fast-paced non-profit, then we’d love to hear from you.
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